Q: What is the bigger decimal?

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Repeating decimal. * * * * * It depends on the numbers! For example, 0.6 < 0.66... < 0.67 By the first inequality the repeatiing decimal is bigger, by the second the terminating one is bigger.

0.61 is bigger.

It is: 0.543 which is the larger decimal

Subtract the smaller one from the bigger one, and then put a minus sign before the answer.

Yes if you mean 0.666...repeating it is bigger than 0.6 non-repeating * * * * * But not if you mean is 0.666... repeating is bigger than 0.67

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53.125 is bigger than 52.916666.

Yes.

Repeating decimal. * * * * * It depends on the numbers! For example, 0.6 < 0.66... < 0.67 By the first inequality the repeatiing decimal is bigger, by the second the terminating one is bigger.

0.61 is bigger.

-0.06 is bigger.

It is: 0.543 which is the larger decimal

25.5 is much bigger.

If there is no decimal, then 019 is bigger.

7.5 is bigger than 5.77 but .5 is smaller than .77 so 5.77 has the bigger decimal than 7.5

Subtract the smaller one from the bigger one, and then put a minus sign before the answer.

When the number is greater